[PATCH] D15914: [OpenCL] Pipe builtin functions
Xiuli PAN via cfe-commits
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Thu Jan 14 07:09:37 PST 2016
pxli168 added a comment.
I think we'd better to ask about to add this in. The pipe type support actually have no use without builtins to read or write it.
Comment at: lib/CodeGen/CGBuiltin.cpp:1981
@@ +1980,3 @@
+ const char *Name =
+ (BuiltinID == Builtin::BIread_pipe) ? "read_pipe_2" : "write_pipe_2";
+ // Re-Creating the function type for this call, since the original type
> pekka.jaaskelainen wrote:
> > Shouldn't these have underscores, because they are not reserved OpenCL keywords/builtins? Cannot user functions be called read_pipe_2 or write_pipe_2?
> Yes, definitely! Add prefix "__" to each generated name! I think this should be done for all of them!
I think that's a good idea!
Comment at: lib/Sema/SemaChecking.cpp:291
@@ +290,3 @@
+ bool isValid = true;
+ // TODO: Now we check for all the pipe builtin with access qualifier, but in
+ // OpenCL spec does not tell about group functions, need to fix after get
> Please, remove this TODO. Have you created the bug to Khronos already?
> It seems sensible enough the access qualifiers must match. How can reserve/commit_read_pipe be called with a write_only pipe?
OK, I will. I tried to create an account to do, but it seems I could not receive the email. I will attach the bug report web here once I created one.
Comment at: lib/Sema/SemaChecking.cpp:378
@@ +377,3 @@
+ S.Diag(Call->getLocStart(), diag::err_opencl_builtin_pipe_arg_num)
+ << getFunctionName(Call) << Call->getSourceRange();
+ return true;
> I don't think we have any arguments there. It's all declared as variadic. But it seems to work without setting it. So I am not sure it's necessary to set it at all.
The return type of int and uint is set in the builtin.def.
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